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Tom’s Daily: Vegas Golden Knights game tonight against the Anaheim Ducks is a go; Flyers postpone more games; College hockey starts diversity and inclusion initiative.

VGK

The NHL has announced that the Vegas Golden Knights and Anaheim Ducks will indeed play again tonight after Tomas Nosek was pulled during Tuesday night’s game because of COVID-19 protocols. (NHL.com)

Bill Foley has filed for two new SPAC’s (Special Purpose Acquisition Companies) and is asking for $1.5B total to look for companies in financial or business services and bring them public. (Yahoo Sports)

NHL

The Philadelphia Flyers game against the New York Rangers has been postponed this weekend, and the Flyers are hoping to return to practice Monday. (Sportsnet)

I don’t know about you, but I love the inside stories and anecdotes about the people who make up our beloved game of hockey. Here’s a good read from PittsburghHockeyNow about the Brian Burke and Ron Hextall hirings. (PHN)

Hockeyverse

The NHL and Amazon are teaming up for a new viewer experience. Basically it says the league is going to use AWS to bring advanced stats and metrics to fans during broadcasts. Are you interested? (NHL.com)

College hockey has established a new initiative called College Hockey for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion.(Minnesota StarTribune)

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